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Subject: RE: UKNM: WAP (was UKNM: Internet Marketing)
From: Wallace, Darren
Date: Mon, 29 Nov 1999 13:54:43 GMT

Maybe I'm being unfairly flippant, but if my phone is going to send me SMS
messages or whatever everytime I pass a shop signed up to this service, then
how long is my phone's battery going to last?

And surely it will be even worse if you're in a car - as you'll be covering
a greater distance in a shorter period of time (especially in urban areas)..
is this not likely to drive mobile users insane?


> -----Original Message-----
> From: philip gusterson [philipgustersonathotmail [dot] com (mailto:philipgustersonathotmail [dot] com)]
> Sent: 29 November 1999 10:23
> To: uk-netmarketingatmail [dot] chinwag [dot] com
> Subject: UKNM: Internet Marketing
My client is
> designing marketing strategies and proprietary software to
> reach them. For
> example, when you walk past Starbucks you would get an email
> to your phone
> offering you a free coffee if you pop in.
> Philip Gusterson
> philipgustersonathotmail [dot] com
> http://www.gusterson.co.uk

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